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Disassembling/Assembling error using Krakatau

 
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I also posted this on stackoverflow.

I'm getting this error when trying to run my modified class



I changed a string from "www." to "wwwh7." so from what I've read on bytecode editing sites, this shouldn't be an issue?

Here's the block I'm changing.


I follow the guides and tutorials to the letter and re-assembled the class, when I come to run it with my other files I get that error. Can anyone please help me or atleast give me a working disassembler/assembler

Thanks in advance
 
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Don’t know. Sorry. What is the format of the file where that is called constant?

I shall try moving this thread because it is too difficult for “beginning”. Please re‑post that error message because many people don’t read screenshots.
 
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